The United States and Canada refused to ban flights of the Boeing 737 MAX 8

In the US and Canada will not stop the use of aircraft Boeing 737 MAX 8. After two crashes of the new generation of Airliners in six months, many countries have stopped flying these models.

The Federal aviation administration of the United States said that the Boeing 737 MAX 8 doesn’t found systemic problems, so there is no reason to suspend flights. Earlier, Boeing announced its intention to present updated software for these aircraft.

The President of the country Donald Trump wrote on Twitter that planes are becoming more difficult to control and need not pilots, and programmers.
In Canada decided to wait until they find out the reasons for the plane crash in Ethiopia, and after that will take any measures.

Earlier, the European Union suspended flights Boeing 737 MAX 8 to clarify the causes of the crash in Ethiopia. China, Singapore, Indonesia, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and India, Ethiopia, Cayman Islands, South Africa, Australia and Oman, Morocco and Mongolia also announced a temporary ban.

The plane crash in Ethiopia claimed the lives of 157 people on Sunday. Flying from Addis Ababa to Nairobi, Boeing 737 MAX 8 crashed about 60 km southwest of the Ethiopian capital in the town of Bishoftu. The exact causes of the crash have not yet been established.

In October 2018 in Indonesia crashed the plane of the same type — Boeing 737 MAX 8. It belonged to the Indonesian airline Lion Air and was flying from Jakarta to Pangkal Pinang. On Board were 181 passengers and 8 crew members, communication with him was lost 13 minutes after takeoff.

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